Infrared sauna20 MIN (MAX CAPACITY 2 PERS)Lei60

Infratherapy is a special form of therapy that can be performed in infrared sauna cabins.

What is the difference between an infrared sauna and a Finnish one?

The main difference between this and the dry sauna is the lack of heat, it is ideal for people who cannot stand the excessive heat inside the room. Thus, the radiant panels that emit infrared rays ensure an average temperature of 30-50 degrees Celsius, a much lower heat than that generated by Finnish saunas.


Benefits of infrared treatment:

  •  Strengthening the immune system
  • Contributes to detoxifying the body
  • Helps eliminate stress
  • Relieves muscle pain and those felt in the joints
  • It has an important role in restoring peripheral circulation
  • Contributes to wound healing
  • Improves the metabolic function of the body
  • Helps to beautify and rejuvenate the skin
  • Infrared sauna sessions reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease


Like any procedure with activation of metabolic processes, there may be possible damage if certain rules are not observed:

  • It is NOT recommended to exceed the recommended time for this procedure {20 minutes}
  • Do NOT use cosmetics during the procedure.
  • Do NOT use the sauna before taking a shower.


Also, if you suffer from the following diseases, the use of the sauna is strictly forbidden:

  • Acute internal inflammatory diseases (especially liver and kidney)
  • General febrile, viral or bacterial infections
  • Acute myocardial infarction
  • State of cardiovascular decompensation
  • Severe cerebral circulation disorders
  • Epilepsy
  • Sexual diseases
  • Glaucoma
  • Tumours
  • Chronic venous diseases
  • Coronary pathologies with a tendency to pain at rest and rhythm disorders
  • Post-infarction and post-myocarditis condition